Antilock system (ABS), parking brake, master cylinder, calipers, rotors, pulsation or vibration, squeaking, brake failure or wear.
What Owners Say
"Normal brake wear, but I was very surprised to have to replace front brakes at only 24000 miles. This seemed unusually short-lived for brakes. Not happy."Anonymous, NY (2018 Mini Cooper Countryman S 2.0-L 4 Cyl turbo)
"The wear indicator on my front brake pads indicated they needed to be replaced. At the time the car only had 8300 miles on them and it was purchased brand new. Everyone agreed that 8300 was extremely early for the pads to be replaced. The car was only used for normal commuting."Anonymous, MD (2018 Mini Cooper Countryman JCW 2.0-L 4 Cyl turbo)
"Same as before."Anonymous, FL (2018 Mini Cooper Countryman Base 1.5-L 3 Cyl turbo)
"This vehicle is driven by my spouse and when I drove it I noticed grinding sound when braking. Took vehicle to dealership. Dealer diagnosed as defective brakes and repaired brakes. Will continue to monitor braking though, just in case."Anonymous, FL (2018 Mini Cooper Countryman Base 1.5-L 3 Cyl turbo)
"Does not really do this thus battery died. This car is cute but I do not feel safe or confident that it will work the way it is suppose too"Anonymous, FL (2018 Mini Cooper Countryman Plug-in Hybrid 1.5-L 3 Cyl plug-in hybrid)